Thursday, August 18, 2016

Learning Letters the Fun Way with Alphabet Art

For years teachers and parents have been telling me how much they love Alphabet Art!  Whether the kids are turning an uppercase P into Pig or a lowercase d into dinosaur, they remember the letter and the sound association. Cutting out the letters enhances the muscle memory for writing that letter as well as small motor practice.

Alphabet letters are so versatile!  They can be used for letter recognition/sound association games, learning sequential order, and putting together letters to make words. 

  Here are a few more ways to use the letters in Alphabet Art:

 1. Make tactile letters with cotton balls or Mardi Gras beads 

2. Lace the letters 

3. F is for finger painting 

4. Print practice is more fun when you do it with crayon resist

5. C makes a great picture collage 

Get more great ideas by watching our VIDEO:

  Alphabet Art will be on sale August 17th - 20th 
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